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Thread: build_cvs_howto.txt ???

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    Default build_cvs_howto.txt ???

    In this file I got from CRAY, there're two times to run

    make allclean all

    Why? If it's typo, please remove it.

    Thanks.

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    allclean removes any old data. all will then build everything.
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    There's one line:

    download swatch-3.1.1.tar.gz

    Where to put this? What should be done to swatch package?

    There're two lines after above:

    make clean
    make

    What're thses?

    Thanks.

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    Default Hello?

    Any help on build_cvs_howto.txt?

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    Default 25 minutes?

    25 minutes is all you're willing to wait for free support before you post again?
    That's not very realistic.

    Here's what the howto says:
    # From main/Thirdparty/Perl (as root)

    # install LWP for convenience: perl -MCPAN -e 'install "LWP"'
    mkdir -p ~/.cpan/CPAN
    cp MyConfig.pm ~/.cpan/CPAN/MyConfig.pm
    # edit ~/.cpan/CPAN/MyConfig.pm, replacing BUILD_ROOT with path
    # to Thirdparty/Perl and (possibly) blanking our urllist param
    #
    # Also verify paths to tar and gzip in config
    #

    download swatch-3.1.1.tar.gz

    make clean
    make
    That means:

    cd Thirdparty/Perl
    install lwp for convenience.

    Set up your MyConfig.pm file

    download the swatch tgz

    type "make clean"
    type "make"

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    Thanks. I was confused to compile swatch.

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